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The Chicago Guide to Grammar, Usage, and Punctuation

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The Chicago Guide to Grammar, Usage, and Punctuation

Reference Reviews , Volume 31 (1): 3 – Jan 16, 2017

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activists and even the so-called ordinary people), social and economic milieu, historical context and Languages and literature a number of other factors that contribute to the work of a given poet. Overall, these entries provide an excellent overview of a particular poet or school of poets. Reading these in concert with the poems RR 2017/014 themselves will certainly enhance any student’s The Cambridge Companion to American understanding and enjoyment of the primary Poets works. Each entry is about 15 pages long. This is Edited by Mark Richards enough to provide critical reading context without delving too deeply – which is just what a book of Cambridge University Press this sort should do. Cambridge The contributors include distinguished professors of English literature and other literary xxii  464 pp. researchers; poetry professors; a professor of ISBN 978 1 107 12382 3 (hbck); Afro-American Studies; a distinguished freelance ISBN 978 1 107 56078 9 (pbck); writer; and critically acclaimed authors. Some also serve as literary editors and literary society ISBN 978 1 316 41324 1 (e-book) presidents and pursue unique avocations such as £49.99 $89.99 (hbck); £17.99 $27.99 (pbck); $22 (e-book) “performance poet”. Each essay is followed with Cambridge Companions to

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